Seth Goldstein drops down into the sleek black office chair behind his Ikea-inspired desk. Little chunks of plastic are strewn all over the tabletop, thin wires snaking around each object. It looks like a child's unkempt pile of toys, but in a more professional-looking black monochrome than the romper room colors we all remember. A few pagers, cell phones, and Palm Pilot­like instruments are carelessly placed about, the toys that... More >>>